"So, how does it all work?"
This must be one of the most common questions asked of us at Reynolds. The simple answer is "We'll guide you through the process of understanding and providing you with what you need."
Now, this is a very simple answer for what usually is a complex design project. Every project has different needs and different stages to manage: some are new homes, some are renovations, and even others are partial refaces, or reconfigurations.
Our designers are specialists in understanding what you need and showing you the most direct and most cost effective path to reach your goal.
Renovating a home to have a new kitchen or bathroom has long been considered one of the best ways to increase the value of your home. A great way to start with us is to take a few pictures of your space(s), take some general measurements of the area, and do a bit of research as to what you think you might like...and maybe some things you don't like as well.
Armed with this information, you can contact us to make a consultation appointment with one of our designers in the showroom and work out some initial design ideas and general pricing with them. From there we will usually pay a visit to your home and take more refined measurements and work to understand your home and how you work in it.
If you already have a contractor that you're already working with, we'll be looking forward to working with them as well and their trades; however, if you're needing some suggestions for a contractor for your renovation we'll be able to put you in touch with one of our proven renovation experts. Our goal is for everyone to be working together to create a beautiful finished product.
Then comes the process of making decisions on cabinet doors, cabinetry interiors, accessories, countertops, etc. Don't worry, we'll be with you every step of the way.
New Home Construction
Building a new home is a big undertaking and the cabinetry is a huge part of the finished product. Our expertise in dealing with builders, architects, and interior designers will go far in making sure that you're thrilled with the finished product.
Ideally, if you have the blueprints for your project you can make a consultation appointment with one of our designers and begin the process of looking at what areas need cabinetry, what each room might require for different materials and finishes, and - if you're ready - what kind of budget you'd like us to work to.
From there we'll start with a materials and finish plan and work out an estimate. From there we'll make multipe site visits and meet with your builder, interior designer and other trades to make sure everyone is on the same page.
Sometimes you may have a specific need for only doors for your existing cabinetry, or you may have a custom media room or mudroom area you're needing some furniture for. Your walk-in closet might need to have a custom wardrobe system installed to make it more functional than it is now.
Let us know of your unique needs and more than likely we'll be able to help you out.